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Define the Logon Mode Table Entries (Optional)

Last update May 5, 2015

In the application definition table (discussed in the preceding section), a logon mode (logmode) table is assigned to each application through the MODETAB parameter. The logmode table contains one or more LOGMODE entries. Each LOGMODE entry defines a particular application session characteristic such as the pacing count and the request unit (RU) size. The association between an application and its LOGMODE entry is established by using the DLOGMOD parameter in the application definition table.

You must have at least one uniquely named LOGMODE entry in the logmode table that your local system uses. If the Default Options Table SNA parameter is set to NO, the definition of LOGMODE entries specific to XCOM is not required.

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